How to Easily Clean the Air in Your Home?
Air Purifiers Vs Ventilators
Many factors contribute to allergies, asthma and other respiratory complications in Colorado. But you don’t want your home to be one of them. You can clean the air in your home and lessen the risks of getting a respiratory illness by using an air purifier or a ventilator. In this blog, we show you the differences between these two devices.
These types of devices are designed to reduce allergens, dust, pet dander, pollen, spores, and smoke, and other contaminants from the air. The filters they use effectively capture the contaminants, removing them from the air permanently. They come in two styles: mechanical air purifiers or electrical air purifiers. The first one captures the contaminants in the tight fibers of a filter. While the second one attracts the particles with its electrical charge. These devices come in large sizes that attach perfectly into your HVAC system or in smaller, mobile units.
The job of a ventilator is to bring in fresh air from outside to replace the stale air in your home. This helps prevent indoor pollutants from building up, resulting in healthier air. Ventilators are also designed to minimize energy loss, conditioning the fresh air that they pull in from outside your home.
All in all, if you want to maximize the quality air inside your home, use both devices. Not only will the air be pollutant-free, but it will also be fresh and healthy.
Should you need help determining the style and size of air purifiers or ventilators for your home, contact Quinnair. We want to make sure you are getting the service that’s right for you. Our HVAC experts can evaluate your situation with an indoor air quality test and determine the best option for you and your family. Call us today 303-980-3788 to schedule an appointment.